Recent content by Shamrock 1693

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    Debadging rear boot P5/323f Badge

    Oh no, not on my watch [emoji23][emoji23] im one of those ass holes who park at the furthest parking spot away from the shop, and i take 2 spots so if the doors swing open for whatever reason i dont hit anyones car cant be blamed.
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    Debadging rear boot P5/323f Badge

    Does it look cleaner without the side trim tho ?
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    Debadging rear boot P5/323f Badge

    Same, why cant they just use 3m tape or 3m glue stuff is strong enough. The P5s look well debadged aswell so thats whats so annoying [emoji849]
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    Possible future owner here.... Looking for experts :)

    As far as im aware alot of MX5 stuff can bolt straight on depending on your year. As for aftermarket wheels yeah they fit 4x100 14s. Radio and head unit will accept a double din unit. Aftermarket radiators/and hoses they fit. Ive heard of people going stainless from the header down to the...
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    Debadging rear boot P5/323f Badge

    [emoji20][emoji20][emoji20][emoji20] Whhhhyyyyy!!!! Why would they prong the badges simple glue would of done the job its not a bmw badge lile jesus christ. Just the look of RUST makes me rethink that [emoji33][emoji33][emoji33]
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    Debadging rear boot P5/323f Badge

    Hey guys, After giving the Mazda a wash today I had the idea of debadging the rear boot/trunk area badges, the "Mazda" badge and the 323f badge. My question is, are these badges pronged on or just glued on [emoji848]. Dont really want to take them off it Im left with holes where holes shouldnt...
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    Blown something

    Thats eye watering when a Mazda P5 over here is deemed a banger or a beater and is picked up on irish car sites for 1000 euro. Hard to justify spending 1600CAD-1075. When you can do it at a fraction with a bit of know how.
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    Blown something

    Can only imagine well over this side of the pond, if your where to replace timing belts and V belts your looking at about 200 euro after VAT and excluding labour.
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    Blown something

    Did i not say thermostat i rushed that reply to try help out, a silly thing like a fuse and we all jump to the worst case of blown head haskets and faulty thermos and fault water pumps [emoji23][emoji23]
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    Blown something

    Check your dip stick if theres coolant on it its a head gasket problem, if not it could be a faulty water pump or faulty temp sensor if your replacing that you might aswell do the timing belt and full coolant flush aswell just to be safe. Start with the simple stuff before getting elbow deep in...
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    Spark plugs

    Have the fuel filter in the cabin under the rear seat bench seems ok for the age but im to swap it out when the weather gets a bit better
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    Spark plugs

    Force of habbit its like changing the oil and filters every 6 months
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    Spark plugs

    Im thinking the same ones i put in it last year. I couldnt even find the spec of my car on the sites over this side of the pond which bugs me.
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    Spark plugs

    Hi guys its coming near that time of year I change out the spark plugs. From the day I had my Mazda its had NGKs in it, Ive seen these NGK Iridium spark plugs Theres a massive difference between prices so im at a fork in the road at the minute. 3.00 for a single NGK Nickel Spark plug spec...
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    Brians Mazda 323f

    Thanks a mill [emoji106]